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Happy birthday, Josh Radnor: See his star sign and read your horoscope

29 JULY 2014 Happy birthday, Josh Radnor! As the How I Met Your Mother star turns 40, HELLO! Online takes a look at what the stars have in store for Josh and you...

What beats in the very essence of your heart? When we strip away all pomp and pretence, all attitude and expectation, all pride, fear and foolishness, what do we find? Who do we discover? Are you a mortal or a deity? Are you part of the infinite and the eternal? Or are you trivial and temporal? And if, as in truth you must be, you are some glorious combination of both, is it not only right and fair to at least acknowledge the existence of the higher spirit that dwells in your soul? It knows what you need now. Let it advise you.

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Josh Radnor in 2014


Josh Radnor was born in 1974 in Ohio and was raised as an Orthodox Jew.

He studied acting throughout school and university, and in 2002 made his stage debut in The Graduate opposite Kathleen Turner and Alicia Silverstone. He later starred alongside his future TV co-star Neil Patrick Harris in the 2004 film The Paris Letters, before turning to TV in the 2005 comedy How I Met Your Mother.

The CBS comedy ran for nine years, and followed Josh's main character, Ted Mosby, in the year 2030, recounting to his son and daughter his life in Manhattan with his friends, and how he met their mother. 

The show, and Josh gained a cult following, and won nine Emmy awards throughout its run.

On the big screen, the 40-year-old has had two of his films premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, including Happythankyoumoreplease, which he starred in, wrote, and directed, and which won the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award that year.

Josh studies transcendental meditation, and in 2008 revealed to the Los Angeles Times: "part of the reason I chose my house is that I thought it would be a great place to meditate."

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